Protruding from the leafy hills of Yamanashi, Hoshinoya Fuji, the first glamping resort near Mount Fuji, offers nature lovers a luxurious escape.
The Glamping resort consists of 40 minimalist designed cabins constructed from glass and concrete that extend into red pine forests, immersing guests in nature.
The telescopic architecture of the cube-shaped cabins serve to accentuate the natural scenery , with a floor-to-ceiling window acting like a lens that seamlessly blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor.
Each cabin has three concrete walls and one glass wall that extends into a balcony, which is strategically designed and positioned to provide guests with an undisturbed, panoramic view of Aokigahara forest, Lake Kawaguchi and Mt Fuji.
There are different activities offered in the resort, including walks on a series of wooden walkways that wind through the forest, connecting decks and terraces of varying heights staggered along clusters of trees. In addition to walking through the forest guests can partake in horse riding and canoeing activities across area.
A stay at Hoshinoya offers the optimal balance between adventure and comfort, allowing guests of different preferences to experience the outdoors.